Five Points Artisan Bakeshop

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TJ Jackson
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2016/09/23 10:25:29 (permalink)

Five Points Artisan Bakeshop

To Mr Stern: the item at the top of the breakfast picture (captioned "Great good morning trio: morning bun, rustic apple tart, and chocolate rye cookie)" in the review for Five Points ( https://roadfood.com/rest...ints-artisan-bakeshop/ ), which I think is being identified as a "morning bun" looks an awful lot like a Kouign Amann
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kouign-amann
 
Is it, or isn't it?
 
edit: fixed the link
post edited by TJ Jackson - 2016/09/23 16:10:04
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    Ghaz
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    Re: Five Points Artisan Bakeshop 2016/09/23 12:26:30 (permalink)
    Your first link isn't working.  Its picking up the bracket and comma you added at the end of the link.
     
    https://roadfood.com/restaurants/five-points-artisan-bakeshop/
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    Re: Five Points Artisan Bakeshop 2016/09/23 13:32:22 (permalink)
    TJ Jackson
    To Mr Stern: the item at the top of the breakfast picture (captioned "Great good morning trio: morning bun, rustic apple tart, and chocolate rye cookie)" in the review for Five Points (https://roadfood.com/rest...ts-artisan-bakeshop/), which I think is being identified as a "morning bun" looks an awful lot like a Kouign Amann
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kouign-amann
     
    Is it, or isn't it?


    It looks like a Kouign-amann and tastes like it, but Five Points ID's it as a Morning Bun. That's pretty much the case as I've seen it in other U.S. bakeries, too.
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    Re: Five Points Artisan Bakeshop 2016/09/23 16:10:33 (permalink)
    Interesting
     
    Thanks
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    Re: Five Points Artisan Bakeshop 2016/09/23 18:16:56 (permalink)
    Since the Morning Bun was an out-of-thin-air concoction invented at the now defunct Ovens of Brittney in the 1970's, it really doesn't have a classical definition. The folks at Five Points can interpret it any way within reason and claim authenticity.
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